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When Is a Certified Translation Required?

Here at Trusted Translations we receive many quotes and translation requests for a “one-page document,” e.g. a visa application, high-school diploma, divorce decree, contracts and many other types of documents. What many clients do not know is that these translations in general require a notarized certificate.

How to Handle a Translation for a Video or an Audio?

We at Trusted Translations Inc. receive numerous quote requests for translations of videos and audios. An estimated quote can be provided without the actual video or audio, but since there are many factors that can influence the outcome of the quote, it is always better if the client can provide the source file. Here is t

Why to Compare Apples with Apples

We receive a vast amount of quote requests during the course of the day and, as the economy nowadays is still going through difficult times, most prospects and clients are not only requesting one quote but several quotes from other translation agencies as well. In other words, your prospect or client will be comparing yours

3 Ways to Improve Translation Quality

It is extremely difficult to measure the quality of a translation, considering that there may be many options for a specific text being translated in several different ways, all of them being correct. But what exactly is a good translation? Here at Trusted Translations, we pride ourselves in delivering high-quality trans

Differences in Normal and Rush turnaround time for translation projects

May 23, 2012 1 Comment »

It is very common in my job, that I receive a request to have some documents translated as soon as possible. In addition to the translation request, many times the client also requests 2 different turnaround times; a normal one and one based on a Rush basis. What do we as a Translation Agency have […]